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Viper Cue Identification

Viper Cue Identification

I have a Viper pool cue to identify and also a question about the joint.

I’m a carpenter by trade and currently I’m doing some remodeling work on a home the woman who hired me just purchased. I found this Viper Pro Series in the basement and it was in sort of a hidden area. It was in a case and it looks to be in excellent condition (the tip needs to be replaced). I’m wondering if anyone can tell me whatever they know about this Viper cue. Like my Viking Cue, there are no identifying numbers that I can see.

One other thing; when you put the cue together, there seems to be an unnecessary amount of threading. It takes probably an extra six turns more than the Viking cue to get it screwed together. I am not sure if this is implicit of a fake Viper cue, or simply a trademark feature of Viper cues.


Viper Cue Identification

Replies & Comments

  1. user1535930959Chopdoc on 9/3/2018 3:13:40 PM

    Inexpensive cue. Not really worth chasing info on. Not worth faking the logo either.

    Newer Viking cues have a "quick release" thread, which just have a shorter threaded section.

  2. user1535930959billiardsforum on 9/4/2018 5:44:09 PM

    It's a Viper Pro Series model BR-04 cue. They are made in China I believe.

    These sell for about $30 on eBay, and there is one on there now selling for $35.


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Viper Cue Identification

  • Title: Viper Cue Identification
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  • Published: 9/2/2018 4:44:15 PM
  • Last Updated: 11/14/2021 2:55:51 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)